Stacey E. Mannaert

Stacey E. Mannaert

October 25, 1967 - February 21, 2018
Mission Viejo CA

Stacey E. Mannaert

October 25, 1967 - February 21, 2018
Mission Viejo CA


Our beloved Stacey E. Mannaert, age 50, became one with the Lord on Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 in Anaheim, California after succumbing to liver failure. She was surrounded by immediate family. Stacey was born in Anaheim, California and was the youngest of three daughters. She grew up in Pacific Palisades, California where she attended Pacific Palisades High School and competed in both the women’s volleyball and women’s softball. A few years after graduating high school, she gave birth to her “greatest accomplishment,” her daughter Rebecca. Stacey loved nothing more than being a mother… and sushi. Outside of home, Stacey was a successful Scentsy consultant who just recently earned herself The Lifetime PRV award for her sales! She participated in various charities, loved yoga, made beautiful custom greeting cards, and attended monthly bingo and bunco night with friends. She was also a devoted employee at Documotion Research for 20 years.

Stacey was survived by her daughter Rebecca Mannaert, parents Gale Driver (Fred), father Dwight Lyons, sisters Kyle Van Boom (Joel) and Kammy Sullender (Eric), niece Perry Van Boom, nephews Wes and Jack Van Boom and two kitties K.O. and Sadie.

Stacey will always be remembered as a positive spirit with a quirky sense of humor and a great mother! She will be greatly missed.

A memorial service will be held in honor of Stacey’s life on Friday, March 16th, 10am at the San Francisco Solano Catholic Church, 22082 ANTONIO PKWY, RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA , CA 92688. A reception is to follow.

During Stacey’s life, one of her utmost priorities was Rebecca’s education. In lieu of flowers, a GO FUND ME account has been created to help Rebecca in completing her medical program. Thank you for your support.
Donations can be made by following the link below:
For those of you that can’t be with us to celebrate Stacey life, please bow your head and say a prayer on Friday 3/16 /18.

Memorial Mass

  • Date & Time: March 16, 2018 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: San Francisco Solano Catholic Church
  • Location: 22082 Antonio Parkway Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 589-7767

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25 responses to Stacey E. Mannaert

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  1. Vicki Davis says:

    Stacey, I will miss you so much! You were my “Scentsy Bud” and roommate at conventions and we had so much fun! You had such a great sense of humor, so easy going and just an overall joy to hang out with. We had talked about doing Disneyland together at this year’s convention and doing the training together as we always have. I’m going to miss meeting you for lunch on the way down to see my dad. You were such a great mom and so supportive of Rebecca, such a proud mom! I had planned on calling to see how you were doing in January then my dad passed, I so regret not getting in touch. Until we meet again my sweet friend….

  2. Tara says:

    The brightest smile, the biggest most tender heart. You are never far from my heart. I loved you the first day I met you and I cherish the oh so short years of our lives together. I love you Stac! You’re free from this world, no more stress no more worry, no more pain. My dearest friend
    We will all watch over Rebbeca, you raised a strong young woman. Love you forever my friend

  3. I am so sorry to hear that her beautiful spirt will no longer walk among us. I will forever remember her contagious happiness and smiling face. She will greatly be missed.

  4. Stace… seriously miss you. There are so many things I could say about you. Your smile. Your love and care for people. Your devoted love to your daughter. Your love for family. Your generosity. You helped coordinate my son’s wedding and gave up your day for us. You came with us to Easter service and helped me that day over the loss of my nephew. We travelled to Mexico together and told great stories of our lives together. We even shared a room there and I had to deal with your snoring!

    One of the most important times was for my 50th. Not only were you there helping with the party, but you also did a very generous thing for me. I wanted to write 50 cards to 50 friends. You painstakingly made 50 homemade cards, with envelopes, and put them in a beautiful box. What an amazing gift – not just of money, but of time and care. One of my best presents as it was made with such thoughtfulness.

    I will miss you so so much. Especially our sushi times!

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